Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Blast From the Past

Most of us make covered pens and light switch cover early in our polymer and then move on to more complex designs. On Saturday I took a walk down memory lane with my 9 year old grandson, Jack. His bedroom … Continue reading

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Patience…Patience

After selling two pieces of etched copper to Margaretha yesterday, I could not wait to get in the studio after work last night. I had a new resist design in my head…but decided to test it in a small version … Continue reading

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A Quiet Weekend…Etching…No Urgent Care!!!

After my metal shear mishap last weekend, I decided to work on something a little less challenging this weekend…production etching. I am excited about a small section of the collage piece that features small squares, triangles and circles. I hesitated … Continue reading

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Questions & Mishaps

As you can see from the following photos, it was a busy studio weekend…the good…the bad and the ugly!!! This piece of etched brass ended with a very happy accident. I forgot that I had a small piece of brass … Continue reading

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